We look forward to welcoming the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic community to Colorado Springs for the 2024 U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Assembly from Wednesday to Saturday, Nov. 13-16. As we look toward the possibilities and opportunities ahead of us, we can reflect on Paris and set our sights to Milan-Cortina 2026 and Los Angeles 2028.
The 2024 Assembly offers the opportunity to build excitement as we continue on this path of excellence, service and community in support of Team USA. We'll use this time to listen, engage and embrace our diverse perspectives, with the goal of emerging as a more unified and collaborative community so that, together, we can empower American athletes to reach their greatest potential and grow the love of sport in this country.
Thank you to all of our Assembly participants for your continued support and dedication to advancing the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movement. Your participation at this event, and in the years ahead, will help further the legacy and evolution of Team USA, shaping the future of sport.
Pre-registration is required for access and participation at Assembly, and registration is tentatively scheduled to launch in August. For questions, please contact TeamUSAEvents@usopc.org.
Dates: Wednesday-Saturday, Nov. 13-16
Location: The Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs
*Additional details on the 2024 schedule to be added closer to event.
The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Assembly - an annual meeting of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic community - was initiated in 2005 to give a voice to the various member organizations of the USOPC, to keep dialogue open between members, staff and volunteer leadership and help to further the Olympic and Paralympic Movement in the United States.
In addition to a USOPC board of directors meeting, the program typically includes town hall meetings, joint sessions of USOPC constituent councils, panel discussions and a general address from the organization’s CEO and chair. In addition, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic community awards honor individuals and programs that have made an impact in their communities.